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Playlist: Florence + The Machine (Monday 28th)

Florence + The Machine close the Apple Music Festival tonight.

Playlist: Florence + The Machine (Monday 28th)

Florence + The Machine; Apple Music Festival, London 2015

James Gilmore

W!ZARD News Author

Florence + The Machine having been expertly picked to end off this years Apple Music Festival. Headed by Florence Welch, these rockers' latest album 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful' was internationally acclaimed by critics and fans and will serve as the ultimate soundtrack to the end of this years Festival.

We've compiled a playlist of 5 of our favourite Florence + The Machine songs that we hope we'll hear during their set at the Apple Music Festival.

Delilah

Tipped to be her next single, the upbeat Delilah is classic Florence material and perfectly displays the versatility of her latest LP. The first minute of the song shows the serious, analytical side to Florence and her band whilst everything after the piano-based bridge screams PARTY!

Ship To Wreck

One of the most popular tracks from 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful', we heard Florence perform this classic only recently at Alexandra Palace and it went down a storm. We imagine that this is a must-have on her playlist.

Queen of Peace

Florence's current single, Queen of Peace, was a summer hit. The song title is a perfect fit (after all, Florence is a Queen in her own right) and the thunderous drums and brass section behind the track also makes it perfect for a live environment. It will truly be something special.

What Kind of Man

The lead single from 'How Big', this was the first taste of Florence's new album that any of us heard. It feels like a world away (a big, blue, beautiful world away) since it was released, but it's still one of our favourites. The kick drum during this fiery rock song is a call to party for anybody in Camden on Monday night.

Shake It Out

From the Number 1 album 'Ceremonials' (2013), for many this was the first Florence + The Machine song that we heard. Released in 2011, this Grammy-nominated single is a real party anthem and the perfect end to any live set. Fingers crossed...

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